Laurieston Farm was historically run as a dairy unit housing 105 dairy cows and followers until 2008 when the farming enterprise moved to beef and sheep. The farmhouse sits centrally within the holding adjacent to the public road, and provides comfortable family accommodation on two levels.
The farm benefits from an attractive two bedroom cottage and a range of useful traditional and modern outbuildings. The land is split into three separate blocks each lying within a ring fence and is easily accessible from the public road. The farmland is well suited to fodder production and mixed grazing with the surrounding area providing a variety of rural and agricultural suppliers.
The land rises from approximately 115m above sea level at its lowest point to the south of the railway to its highest level at approximately 215m above sea level in the north eastern corner of the holding. The land is generally of a southerly aspect and classified by the James Hutton Institute for Soil Research as principally being Grade 4:1 and 4:2 and thus capable of growing high yielding crops of grass and other forage.